charlet.damien at libertysurf.fr
Sun Oct 5 09:19:01 CEST 2003
Ok guys, back on my ol' mail after some other work :)
Thanx for all your replies so here's where I am now :
1 - The original chip is a sst39 part whereas my savior has a w49
2 - This is the part referenced by IOSS for epia
3 - This chip almost work with my via :
I can flash it, read it, boot on it... BUT there are a few bytes which are not flashed well.
The wrong bytes always change after reflash.
So, I believe the 49 should work with the epia, at the exception of a little something while flashing.
Where could I dig more in depth ?
On Mon, 22 Sep 2003 14:16:55 -0600 (MDT)
ron minnich <rminnich at lanl.gov> wrote:
> On Mon, 22 Sep 2003, Damien Charlet wrote:
> > Sorry, this is related to my previous mail "flash_rom and epia 800".
> > I got a BIOS Savior on my via epia 800. The chip in the RD1-PL is
> > (recognized as ?) a w49f002u. Maybe I should check physically which chip
> > is on the savior ?
> my turn to be surprised. The EPIA takes a 49F part? Can somebody fill me
> in here -- I didn't think it took these. If it does, well, this is very
> good news.
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